Kentucky Heat

In the second book of the trilogy, Nealy continues to ride fast and love hard—even when it hurts.

By Fern Michaels Read by Susie Berneis Contemporary / Fiction / Romance English, Unabridged 12h 39m Sell Sheet
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Part 3 of the Nealy Coleman Trilogy series.

							With Nealy, horses come first. So when her two grown children's irresponsible acts nearly cost her Shufly, she throws them both off Blue Diamond Farm, choosing to work alone rather than give them another chance to risk her dream of training the promising foal into a Triple Crown winner. But while the estrangement from her children doesn't seem to affect her work, inside, she's shattered. So when the irresistible Hatch Littletree, her ex-husband's law partner, pays her an unexpected visit, the comfort he brings her is much needed. Hatch, however, wants more than to just comfort Nealy - he is determined to see her heal the painful rift between herself and her children. But as Nealy struggles with that estrangement and running the stables alone, the unexpectedly strong feelings and terrifying situations she experiences may tax and test her normally indomitable spirit past its breaking point.

"Building on the success of her Vegas and Texas series, Michaels (Kentucky Rich) enlarges the Coleman and Thornton family legacies in her second novel set in bluegrass country...Michaels, whose plots are chock-full of dramatic tension, knows how to pull off the impossible." - Publishers Weekly

"Continuing the saga begun in Kentucky Rich, Michaels rejoins Nealy Coleman Diamond Clay several years after her Triple Crown win...At first, she appears so rigid and harsh that it is difficult to sympathize with her...[but] Nealy works her way to self-understanding and real happiness..." - Library Journal

"Michaels' plot-driven story moves at a fast pace and will please her many fans, especially those who want to revisit the many characters from her previous novels." - Booklist